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Vizio's 7" Tablet Could Dent Nexus 7 Sales If the Price is Right

Vizio's looking to go after the Nexus 7 owners out there with a new 7-inch tablet that's around the size of a Kindle e-reader. Similar to the Nexus 7, it's got a Tegra 3 processor, 1280 x 800 IPS display, 16GB of storage, a 1.2 MP front-facing display and runs on stock Android Jelly Bean. According to the Verge, the device's display looks slightly better than that of the Nexus 7.

Other than that, the only notable things about this device are the fact that it runs a stock version of Android (which seems to be becoming more and more the norm for manufacturers other than HTC, Samsung and Motorola), and that Vizio could pair the device with their TVs down the line.

Ultimately, the success of this kind of product will be dependent, almost entirely, on pricing. If Vizio can price this baby aggressively, it could definitely do some damage to Nexus 7. How low could it go? I'd say, at this point, anything more than $150 would be a stretch. We're talking a bargain basement tablet here, folks, and with some pretty good specs. That is, if Vizio actually wants to sell these...

Has the (relatively NOT high) cost of the Nexus 7 made you think twice before purchasing one? Would you be interested in a similarly-speced off-brand device? We'll be sure to review this one before it goes wide so you can make an educated choice.

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Source: The Verge


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  • john Jan 7, 2013 Link to comment


  • PatPion Jan 7, 2013 Link to comment

    Hi Stephen. Sorry for commenting here again. Just wanted to know if you received my mail to your AndroidPIT email address? Thanks!

  • I need something with expandable memory and I'll purchase this tablet. I'm holding off on Google because I'm waiting on 64GB version/one with an expandable memory.

  • Anna F. Jan 7, 2013 Link to comment

    It appears to be better than the Nexus 7 because it has a tablet UI and not a stretched phone UI.

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